Vitor Mendes | 1 Aug 13:54 2007
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PostgreSQL

Hi there!

Does anybody knows how can I use Cacti with PostGreSQL?
Must I create a new database or it will create by itself?

Before I finish, I must say sorry for my english. I'm still learning it.

Hugs!

Vitor Mendes
Tecnologia da Informação
Rio Grande - RS - Brasil

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Tony Roman | 2 Aug 05:50 2007

Cacti 0.8.6k Beta 2 Release for Testing

Available now, Cacti 0.8.6k Beta 2 for TESTING!

Do not use this in your production environment!

Download at: http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?t=22622

Highlighted changes:

    * 1 Minute Polling interval support
    * Web Basic Authentication
    * Updates to interface for a consistence presentation

Change log:

0.8.6k
-bug#0000480: error when making a change to graphs displayed per page
-bug#0000833: favicon.ico support
-bug#0000850: Select All for list view
-bug#0000873: Poller hangs in certain situations
-bug#0000876: Ability to search for host with a not UP status
-bug#0000898: Selecting a CUSTOM timespan and then CLEARing yields "LAST
HALF HOUR" preset
-bug#0000899: Settings checks paths for existance
-bug#0000902: cmd.php doesn't work with PHP 4.4.1 under windows
-bug#0000903: snmpgetnext function does not exist in PHP less than 5.0
-bug#0000904: Data Source creation fails without php-snmp
-bug#0000906: Every tenth host does not show on tree during console edit
-bug#0000907: Sorting of data sources when interface numbers are used
without leading zeros are incorrectly sorted
-bug#0000908: Graphs created by SNMP data queries are losing their
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Aaron Glenn | 2 Aug 21:42 2007
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can't get past the login page

I'm having a hell of a time getting cacti working on this CentOS 4.4
box. I've got MySQL configured and running perfectly, as well as php4
(downgraded after a problem with relative include paths in php5) and
lighttpd. I've installed cacti numerous times before, but it has been
a while, and I do faintly recall myself in a similar situation.
Needless to say, I can't fix it -- so I humbly come to the list.

After the intial path checks of a fresh install, I'm sent to the login
page. Entering the default admin:admin works without any complaints,
and is logged as successful in the user_log table, however I'm put
right back at the login page. I've tried lots of things, but I can't
get past simply being sent back to the login page over and over. I'm
not a PHP guru, but I'm relatively certain the PHP sessions are being
created without issue. All other PHP applications/scripts run without
issue as well.

I'm open to any and all ideas, and hits with cluebats if I missed
something in my searches...

Thanks,
Aaron

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Nate Carlson | 3 Aug 06:10 2007

arbitrary poll lengths in cacti proper?

just curious, if/when thewitness's patches to support arbitrary poll 
lengths will be included in cacti?

http://forums.cacti.net/about16482-0-asc-15.html

I've got a lot of cases where 1m polling would be nice, and it's really 
nice not to have to patch.  ;)

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Larry Adams | 3 Aug 12:48 2007
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Re: arbitrary poll lengths in cacti proper?

Nate Carlson wrote:
> just curious, if/when thewitness's patches to support arbitrary poll 
> lengths will be included in cacti?
>
> http://forums.cacti.net/about16482-0-asc-15.html
>
> I've got a lot of cases where 1m polling would be nice, and it's really 
> nice not to have to patch.  ;)
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0.8.6k will be release soon and you will no longer have to patch.  And 
yes, poller intervals can go from 10 seconds to hour's or days.  You 
must first know RRDtool.

Larry
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Larry Adams | 5 Aug 12:08 2007
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Re: Cacti 'Zoom on graphs' feature isn't activated for Opera browsers

Thomas Guyot-Sionnest wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: cacti-user-bounces <at> lists.sourceforge.net [mailto:cacti-user-
>> bounces <at> lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Larry Adams
>> Sent: July 23, 2007 19:14
>> To: Support requests/questions about cacti
>> Subject: Re: [cacti-user] Cacti 'Zoom on graphs' feature isn't activated
>> for Opera browsers
>>
>> J.P. Pasnak wrote:
>>     
>>> Thomas Guyot-Sionnest wrote:
>>>
>>>       
>>>> Hi list,
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> This is something trivial but should definitely get fixed. Using Opera
>>>>         
>> I
>>     
>>>> must fake the user-agent as Firefox to be able to zoom on graphs.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>         
>>> Best bet would be to submit a bug report :   http://bugs.cacti.net
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>> What version of Cacti.  I thought this was fixed a few versions ago.
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Thomas Guyot-Sionnest | 6 Aug 23:18 2007

Re: Cacti 'Zoom on graphs' feature isn't activated for Opera browsers

> -----Original Message-----
> From: cacti-user-bounces <at> lists.sourceforge.net [mailto:cacti-user-
> bounces <at> lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Larry Adams
> Sent: August 5, 2007 6:09
> To: Support requests/questions about cacti
> Subject: Re: [cacti-user] Cacti 'Zoom on graphs' feature isn't activated
> for Opera browsers
> 
> Thomas,
> 
> Please try Beta2 0.8.6k.  It contains a fix for Opera/Safari.  If you
> have any idea how to disable the "default" right context menu is Opera,
> send it along.  It is pretty annoying.

Thanks. I can't upgrade just like this, and I don't have a staging
environment for that... I'll try to fetch the patch and apply it to my
setup...

For disabling the right-clicks, I think that you have to change some
settings to let scripts receive right-clicks. But right-click isn't working
even if I allow that the there may be something else...

Thomas
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larryjadams | 13 Aug 21:41 2007
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Re: Regenerating title_cache from title in table graph_templates_graph

Look at SVN.  There is now a script.  However, it is designed for 0.8.6k.  To use for 0.8.6j or before, you need to
browse the SVN and get the prior version.  It is in the CLI folder.

Larry

 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Thomas Jacob <jacob <at> internet24.de>
> Hello List,
> 
> Is there a way to automatically regenerate the title_cache
> field in the graph_templates_graph table? Possibly
> by writing a small php script that employs some internal
> functions?
> 
> Unfortunately I've accidentally overwritten the
> title_cache field with the title field in every
> table row in graph_templates_graph (while updating
> some labels directly in the db), and I
> desperately want to avoid having to press
> "Save" on thousands of graphs ;-)
> 
>   TIA,
>      T Jacob
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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Thomas Jacob | 13 Aug 23:27 2007
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Re: Regenerating title_cache from title in table graph_templates_graph

On Mon, Aug 13, 2007 at 07:41:10PM +0000, larryjadams <at> comcast.net wrote:
> Look at SVN.  There is now a script.  However, it is designed for 0.8.6k.  To use for 0.8.6j or before, you need
to browse the SVN and get the prior version.  It is in the CLI folder.
> 
> Larry

Thanks, but this wouldn't quite do what I want
(I used manual SQL commands instead, c.f. http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?t=22767), 
as it also regenerates the title field.

But if you could make running the "api_reapply_suggested_graph_title($graph["local_graph_id"]);"
line option-controllable, other people could use this script
for similiar problems after "corrupting" a 0.8.6k release' DB.

For instance, if you'd updated graph titles in graph_templates_graph directly
in the DB (possibly from data in another DB) in a way that still
used cacti's template patterns (like |host_description|-|query_ifname| - Server12), you could
then use this cli script to make those manual settings visible
by just calling update_graph_title_cache.
       Thomas

> 
>  -------------- Original message ----------------------
> From: Thomas Jacob <jacob <at> internet24.de>
> > Hello List,
> > 
> > Is there a way to automatically regenerate the title_cache
> > field in the graph_templates_graph table? Possibly
> > by writing a small php script that employs some internal
> > functions?
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